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gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA)-like immunoreactive (GABA-LI) neurons were found throughout the mediolateral and rostrocaudal axis of the dorsal cortex. They were horizontal, vertical and multipolar cells, mainly distributed in layers 1 and 3. GABA-LI boutons were diffusely distributed in layers 1 and 3, as well as forming basket-like images around layer 2(More)
The anterior dorsal ventricular ridge (ADVR) of Podarcis hispanica comprises 3 cytoarchitectonic subareas: the rostromedial, caudomedial and lateral ADVR. All 3 subareas showed gamma-aminobutyric (GABA)-like immunoreactivity. GABA-ergic neurons were classified as multipolar (large), stellate (small), bipolar and unipolar cells. Multipolar and stellate(More)
246 patients with proven common bile duct stones at surgery were studied in order to establish the accuracy of ultrasound scanning in detecting choledocholithiasis and to compare the sensitivity of real-time examinations with those performed by a static scanner. The detection of choledocholithiasis by real-time ultrasound was 45.6% compared to 26.3% for the(More)
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